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Welcome to Season 3! Working While Homeschooling is all about making it possible - to work AND homeschool! Working While Homeschooling's mission is to help homeschooling parents make money and maybe even have a “career” while continuing to homeschool, without losing their sanity! A lofty, noble goal indeed; and one that we think that is much needed! Find out more at www.workingwhilehomeschooling.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/workingwhilehomeschooling/support
 
This is a podcast all about how the craziness of homeschooling molds and shapes the lives of us homeschooling moms. Because it turns out, homeschooling isn't all about our kids! Join me, Leah Lovero, as I share my journey of personal and spiritual growth while homeschooling my four kids. It's always an adventure. I hope my journey can help you as well! This is a podcast just for you, the heart of your homeschool.
 
Created with the homeschool mom in mind, the Joyfully Homeschooling podcast is here to encourage and inspire you on your homeschool journey. Through real stories, real struggles, and real life, Misty Bailey and her guests share how to embrace imperfection and strive for a more joyful homeschool. Misty is a homeschool mom to three kids and has been homeschooling for over 9 years. Learn more about her mission to encourage and equip the homeschool mom on her blog Joy in the Journey (findingjoyi ...
 
Scholé Sisters is the podcast for the classical homeschooling mama who seeks to learn and grow while she’s helping her children learn and grow. Scholé Sisters is a casual conversation about topics that matter to those of us in the trenches of classical homeschooling who yearn for something more than just checking boxes and getting it all done. In each episode, we cover our Scholé Everyday (suggestions for inspiration and growth), and a topical discussion relying on principles we find in book ...
 
You get to ask the questions. In the context of promoting joy, fun and an environment of love, your hosts, Bonnie and Elizabeth welcome you! Bonnie is a homeschool mom of seven kids, 29 years in (with a few more to go), writer, speaker and cheerleader. Elizabeth, mom of four, in the thick of glorious family life, brings her questions and yours to the table. Join us for some honest discussion about how to make home education cozy. Just like you imagined.
 
Welcome to the future of education, to connecting with families and building local communities. Join our amazing guests and millions of like minded families from around the world as we embrace Creative Homeschooling, Self Directed Learning and Inspired Living. Children deserve the freedom to explore their passions and learn at their own pace, away from constant testing and unsafe, uninspiring school environments. Let’s take this journey together as we give children the best lives they can li ...
 
The Ron Paul Homeschooling Podcast helps parents avoid burnout with self-paced, self-taught video-based learning by subject experts such as Tom Woods, Gary North, Benjamin Richards, Bradley Fish, Daniel Dignan, and John Hamilton. Students avoid the frustration of being left behind or being bored by not getting challenging coursework. Parents and students can save money and time by earning college credit during high school. Listen to interviews of instructors and get your questioned answered. ...
 
Encouraging, teaching, and inspiring Christian homeschool parents with Biblical vision for thier families and the home education process. Christian Heritage On Air is a program designed specifically to minister to the Christian homeschooling family. Increasing numbers of Christian parents are recognizing the need to train up their children “in the way they should go” by teaching them diligently as they sit in their house, as they walk by the way, as they lie down, and as they rise up. (Deut. ...
 
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If you would like to support this podcast, click HERE. ALSO, masterclass coming up on dictation This week we address some of the common problems or challenges that families experience while homeschooling. Building community, time to ourselves, being present and letting go of an agenda when necessary. Posts about community and how to build i Keep sc…
 
Consistency in our homeschooling and homemaking and maybe even parenting continues to elude a lot of us. Especially with the way 2021 has begun, we may be distracted and feel unable to focus consistently on our homeschools. I'm giving you the nitty gritty of how you can either become consistent or get back to your good habit of consistency. Consist…
 
It seems like one of the hardest concepts to wrap your head around when you’re homeschooling with the Charlotte Mason Method is the concept of living ideas versus dry facts. Now, we give our children living ideas in several ways; but for this post I’m going to focus on living books, because living books make […] What a Living Book Sounds Like origi…
 
“Morning time” is a phrase coined by the great Cindy Rollins. She may not be the first person to ever put those two words next to each other, but the idea that it represents, the “coming together”-ness of it, can largely be attributed by the homeschool community to her. Pam Barnhill calls it “Morning Basket” and has an entire website dedicated to t…
 
Today's episode is an excerpt from my course, Setting Goals and Actually Achieving Them. We appreciate our Listener Supporters! For more info: https://anchor.fm/workingwhilehomeschooling/support Find Me on the Internet: Website – WorkingWhileHomeschooling.com Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/WorkingWhileHomeschooling/ Twitter - twitter.com/WorkW…
 
Jenn Sutherland and Beyond School I am joined by Jenn Sutherland, worldschooling mom, entrepreneur and CEO of Beyond School. In addition to homeschooling her own four children, from birth to university entrance while traveling the world, full time, for over a decade, Jenn has a degree in education and over 20 years experience in helping families bu…
 
It seems like one of the hardest concepts to wrap your head around when you’re homeschooling with the Charlotte Mason Method is the concept of living ideas versus dry facts. Now, we give our children living ideas in several ways; but for this post I’m going to focus on living books, because living books make […] What a Living Book Sounds Like origi…
 
We're back with season two of Make Joy Normal! "Having a baby or not having a baby could be equally risky." When and how do we decide it's the right time to have another baby? Elizabeth and Bonnie discuss the various stages and concerns we go through when we're thinking about adding to our families. One of the things we have to consider is that the…
 
Have you ever felt like a fraud in your homeschool, or your parenting or your life? Like maybe you don’t have what it takes to do this thing and at any moment, someone’s going to figure that out? Me too! Well, that’s called imposter syndrome. And you wouldn’t believe how often I fall for it. Now that we’re back to school this week and starting fres…
 
If given the option, would you choose for your child to have dyslexia? Dyslexia is widely thought of as a challenge that gets in the way of learning but what if we’ve got it wrong? What if dyslexia is a gift? What if dyslexia helps your child to think in a way that many people cannot, therefore, providing an angle of creativity that this world real…
 
Today we’re wrapping up our favorite history books series. We’ve covered five history time periods so far: Middle Ages and Renaissance, Early Modern, Modern Times, Ancient Egypt, and Ancient Greece. Today we’ll share our top living books for studying Ancient Rome. I hope these posts have been helpful to you. Leave a comment and let […] Favorite Liv…
 
Today we’re wrapping up our favorite history books series. We’ve covered five history time periods so far: Middle Ages and Renaissance, Early Modern, Modern Times, Ancient Egypt, and Ancient Greece. Today we’ll share our top living books for studying Ancient Rome. I hope these posts have been helpful to you. Leave a comment and let […] Favorite Liv…
 
Today we discuss how to start 2021 off right, and all of the resources I have to help you with your goals! PS. Would you like a free 2021 Career Goals Checklist, and to get on my mailing list?? Go Here: ***************** Mentioned in Podcast: NEW!--- Work & Goals Journal: Journal Your Way to Career Clarity and Success: https://bit.ly/3pOsBZs NEW!--…
 
It’s time to say goodbye to 2020 and look ahead to 2021! That’s my favorite thing, looking ahead! Everything is so full of hope and excitement in the future in my mind. And maybe even a little adventure . . . But what it’s not full of are resolutions and goal setting, thank goodness! I do however, like to have some structure for moving forward in t…
 
We often talk about homeschooling as a journey, and we can apply that in many different settings. But when you think about it for your homeschool year, a lot of times we like to put things on cruise control and just go through the year. We think if we have our plan, we can just […] Making Midyear Adjustments in Your Home School originally appeared …
 
We often talk about homeschooling as a journey, and we can apply that in many different settings. But when you think about it for your homeschool year, a lot of times we like to put things on cruise control and just go through the year. We think if we have our plan, we can just […] Making Midyear Adjustments in Your Home School originally appeared …
 
This time of year, as we celebrate the birth of Jesus and look toward the unknown future of the coming year, we can find comfort and confidence in the truth that Jesus is called Immanuel, God with us. Charlotte Mason reminded her readers of that truth of an ever-present Savior, Who is with us in […] God With Us originally appeared on Simply Charlot…
 
This time of year, as we celebrate the birth of Jesus and look toward the unknown future of the coming year, we can find comfort and confidence in the truth that Jesus is called Immanuel, God with us. Charlotte Mason reminded her readers of that truth of an ever-present Savior, Who is with us in […] God With Us originally appeared on Simply Charlot…
 
In our last episode of this season, before we break for Christmas, we get started on a discussion that will require some furthering in future episodes! How can we make the most of the books we read? How can we get education naturally derived from our walk with reading to our kids? How we approach reading can really open up some many ways for educat…
 
We’re coming to the end of 2020. And because we all have a natural break with the holidays, it just makes sense to start thinking about how the school year’s going so far. But there’s a difference between productive thinking and OVERTHINKING. If you’ve found yourself thinking about your homeschool a little too much this year, you might know exactly…
 
In the last post, we looked at how books can help our children form relations with themselves, and we talked about those books as mirrors. Today, we want to expand on another aspect of that and how books can help our children form relations with others. They’ve formed the groundwork as they get to know […] Books as Windows originally appeared on Si…
 
In the last post, we looked at how books can help our children form relations with themselves, and we talked about those books as mirrors. Today, we want to expand on another aspect of that and how books can help our children form relations with others. They’ve formed the groundwork as they get to know […] Books as Windows originally appeared on Si…
 
If you would like to support this podcast, click HERE. We discuss a few different things this episode. Starting with technology and it’s place in homeschooling, we share experiences and ideas for managing what’s good online and avoiding the crap. We also talk about when kids interrupt while you are trying to get things done with other kids. What’s …
 
This episode was recorded forever ago and I just couldn’t get it fit in. I figured with 2021 on the horizon and many families wondering HOW they can help in the new year now was a perfect time. I have many friends who have done foster care and have even adopted from foster care. Foster parents are some of the BEST people I know. It is a true minist…
 
This week I’m bringing you more confessions. Confessions of all of my rebellion and impulsivity inside of my homeschool. Because right now all I want for Christmas is to stop having school and I’m feeling very rebellious about continuing. But seriously, we usually think about our kids being rebellious and impulsive, but truly, it’s a battle for som…
 
Christmas is no ordinary time of year. It intoxicates our senses; the air smells of pine and sugar. The days are filled with music and stories. The soft, warm sleeves on our arms and thick mittens on our hands, and hat on our head triggers our mind to think cozy thoughts despite the biting cold. Our taste buds crave cocoa and peppermint. Our childr…
 
The books that we give to our children help them form relations, those important relations that Charlotte Mason talked about so much, relating with God, relating with the universe around us, and relating with people, and that’s the aspect that we want to focus in on today. Joining me for this discussion is my friend, […] Books as Mirrors originally…
 
The books that we give to our children help them form relations, those important relations that Charlotte Mason talked about so much, relating with God, relating with the universe around us, and relating with people, and that’s the aspect that we want to focus in on today. Joining me for this discussion is my friend, […] Books as Mirrors originally…
 
Self Directed Learning! A lifestyle that allows for your child to know themselves, understand their needs and be seen as a free and powerful individual. Crystal Byrd Farmer is the founder of Gastonia Freedom School, an Agile Learning Center for pre-K to 8 with and without disabilities in Gastonia, North Carolina. Crystal takes us through her journe…
 
If you would like to support this podcast, click HERE. We interview Michael P. Foley, author of Drinking With The Saints: The Sinner’s Guide to a Holy Happy Hou We address the topic of why a niche book like this matters for busy parents! Michael and his wife homeschool their six kids, AND like a nice cocktail, so definitely experts on this particul…
 
Are you homeschooling a preteen or early teenager? Are you wondering if it is the homeschooling curriculum causing the behavioral issues you are dealing with? Maybe, maybe not. This episode was brought to you by Homeschool Magnet. A special thanks for their support of our Working While Homeschooling parents! Please check them out at HomeschoolMagne…
 
Steven Horwich quit teaching as he felt 40 kids in a class can never facilitate learning. He now has a Homeschool Curriculum based in honor and respect. Steven Horwich is an Emmy Award-winning writer/director specializing in theater, with works presented in theaters in Los Angeles, Toronto, Detroit, Tampa, Connecticut, Montana, London, and St. Pete…
 
The death of culture and festivity is not a less important death than bodily. No matter what government officials say, Christmas is coming and must be honored with festive celebration – piety requires it. In this episode, Brandy Vencel, Pam Barnhill, Mystie Winckler, and Abby Wahl discuss how festivity and scholé fits into the curricular framework …
 
Today’s episode is a Fess Up Friday episode and I want to share with you one big takeaway. Amy and I talk about second generation homeschooling and how much things have changed from when she was homeschooled to now. I can see this. And not all of the changes are for the positive. I am realizing after 2020 which I talked some about in my lessons lea…
 
The distinguished and respected Professor Boyes expands on his views that the school system is the number one issue affecting freedoms today Professor Boyes takes us through the history the current school model and where it comes from. We ask if there may be more innovative and exciting ways to provide education away from one size fits all. He focu…
 
Homeschooling is challenging in the best of times, but how on earth do you handle it when you’ve had a major trauma in your life or even the extremely difficult year we’ve all just had?! We’re homeschoolers and we’ve got to keep on rolling in some way, shape or form, despite it all because we’ve chosen to educate our children ourselves. On this epi…
 
One of the great things about doing Charlotte Mason nature study is that you don’t have to have a bunch of expensive equipment. Just grab your journal and go outside. But sometimes it can be helpful to expand our nature study practices by having some equipment, if we want to. So today we want to […] Binoculars in Nature Study originally appeared on…
 
One of the great things about doing Charlotte Mason nature study is that you don’t have to have a bunch of expensive equipment. Just grab your journal and go outside. But sometimes it can be helpful to expand our nature study practices by having some equipment, if we want to. So today we want to […] Binoculars in Nature Study originally appeared on…
 
Homeschooling Your Differently Wired Child "Adapt and let go of the stuff that doesn't bring you joy and bring your kids a love of learning. Switch it to make it fun and make learning the goal, not the product the goal" Divergent thinker? Twice Exceptional? Gifted? Dyslexic? Differently wired kids? Are you homeschooling your differently wired child…
 
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